Kristin Pidgeon Joins Long & Foster's Greenville, Del., Office

April 3, 2014
Kristin Pidgeon
Kristin Pidgeon is now a sales associate at Long & Foster's Greenville, Del., office.

Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, welcomes Kristin Pidgeon to its Greenville, Del., office. Pidgeon joins the team at 3801 Kennett Pike in Greenville, Del., as a sales associate.

“We are excited to announce that Kristin Pidgeon has joined our team of highly trained professionals,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “As the No. 1 brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic region, we operate with an agent-first mentality. We look forward to the energetic partnership Kristin has created by deciding to join the industry-leading Greenville office and our company.”

Pidgeon, a professional in the real estate industry for the past eight years, is licensed in both Delaware and Pennsylvania. She specializes in working with buyers, sellers and investors, and she was a top producer with another local firm prior to joining Long & Foster in March of this year.

A lifelong resident of Wilmington, Del., Pidgeon is a graudate of Brandywine High School and has an undergraduate degree in family studies from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in public administration from Wilmington University. She is actively involved in many community organizations, including the Brandywine School District Special Needs PTA, on which she currently serves as secretary, Special Olympics Delaware and the Down Syndrome Association of Delaware. She lives in Brandywine Hundred with her husband Tom and four children.

“Long & Foster continues to lead the way with cutting-edge tools and technology, which attracts top real estate professionals such as Kristin,” said R.T. Christopher, manager of Long & Foster’s Greenville office. “With the best-trained, best-equipped agents, Long & Foster continues to help Delaware and Pennsylvania area buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals.”

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